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The Top 5 Excel Shortcuts for Editing Cells

If you work with Excel on a regular basis, you know how important it is to be able to edit cells quickly and efficiently. Here are the top 5 Excel shortcuts for editing cells that will help you get your work done faster:

  1. Ctrl + F2 � This shortcut opens the Format Cells dialog box, which allows you to quickly format the selected cells.
  2. Ctrl + D � This shortcut fills the selected cell with the contents of the cell below it.
  3. Ctrl + R � This shortcut fills the selected cell with the contents of the cell to the right of it.
  4. Ctrl + Shift + F � This shortcut opens the Find and Replace dialog box, which allows you to quickly find and replace text in the selected cells.
  5. Ctrl + ; � This shortcut inserts the current date into the selected cell.

These are just a few of the many shortcuts that can save you time when editing cells in Excel. For a complete list of shortcuts, check out the Excel Keyboard Shortcuts and Function Keys page on the Microsoft Office website.

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